- Job posted by Urban League of Eastern Massachusetts
Full Time Contract
88 Warren St
Provide coding and software development, help adults learn, and deepening their developer skill set.
Serve as lecturer and mentor to our students, helping them build problem-solving skills and refine their software development skills. Help define and refine the curriculum to stay current with relevant and developing technologies. Teach two 20-week programs each fiscal year, and when not in the classroom, will engage in activities such as curriculum updates, building new exercises, scoping projects for apprenticeship work, and interviewing students for future classes. Outside of your teaching responsibilities, you’ll be an active part of the development community in our city and will be expected to periodically participate in community-related events or workshops.
Support the ongoing strategy and mission of the Urban League of Eastern MA.
Participate in the curriculum development and maintenance of technical training content, lab exercises, presentations, and accompanying materials.
Deliver instructor-led classroom training to adult learners in a highly knowledgeable, empathetic, and constructive manner.
Work with key employers and internal stakeholders to ensure accurate, effective training content.
Mentor and train internal and external authorized Instructors, mentors, and speakers, in support of the In-Class Workshop Series.
Education and Experience:
Skills/Qualifications: Excellent at conducting classroom training for related technology products and services. Excellent oral presentation skills, interpersonal communication, and writing skills.
Recent experience architecting, deploying, and operating Internet scale applications.
Level of Language Proficiency
Minimum Education Required
How To Apply
Interested Candidates should submit a completed resume, cover letter, and references to: